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NBC
Apr 15, 2013 12:00am PDT
't think there are as many fixed anchors. another important thing is that the package that obama put together cleverly is, in essence, the deal he made with boehner more than a year ago, so he's coming back to that and he's in a position to say to republicans,he look, the country wants this. you already agreed to it once. what do you mean you're not accept it? and i think that gives him leverage in this. chris: focusing on the wealthy. the wealthy and saying we're already there. you're now reneging on the deal that you made. it isn't clear that the country actually really wants entitlement reform. if you look at all the -- chris: they never do. >> they never do. the only thing they want cuts to is foreign aid. it's never medicare or social security. chris: general government. on abuse. >> a really hard sell. line thet's bottom question about a grand bargain. we asked the matthews meter, 12 theur regulars, will president's budget plan with its offer on social security cuts bargain?yield a grand i hate these. it's a tie. i hate them. of them, ofand one the six yeses, the only optimism,
CSPAN
Apr 15, 2013 10:00am EDT
view. finally, you mentioned president obama ringgold. this gets to something we call it fight theory. winningyour theory on the fight? if you start with the compromise position, you will lose. what we've seen in president obama's second term on other issues its boldness. not cutting a bad deal behind- the-scenes, asking the gun manufacturers what you would accept, but instead figuring out what has to be done and proposing it and then barnstorming the country and making republicans free out because they are having to be held accountable to their voters -- freak out. reason,issue, for some he has gone back to the weakest part of his presidency when he had the least leveraged and republicans had a fresh mandate in 2011, when he was willing to cut back deals. people like us have to say, no, we have to stand on principle and not just get behind him because he's a democrat. winning the fight? host: do you think there's a strategy behind a strategy that if the president offers a deal republicans don't accept, does that give him more leverage contracts farther to the left? guest: some people
CSPAN
Apr 15, 2013 7:00am EDT
their world view. finally, you mentioned president obama ringgold. this gets to something we call it fight theory. what is your theory on winning the fight? if you start with the compromise position, you will lose. what we've seen in president obama's second term on other issues its boldness. not cutting a bad deal behind- the-scenes, asking the gun manufacturers what you would accept, but instead figuring out what has to be done and proposing it and then barnstorming the country and making republicans free out because they are having to be held accountable to their voters -- freak out. on this issue, for some reason, he has gone back to the weakest part of his presidency when he had the least leveraged and republicans had a fresh mandate in 2011, when he was willing to cut back deals. people like us have to say, no, we have to stand on principle and not just get behind him because he's a democrat. host: do you think there's a strategy behind a strategy that if the president offers a deal republicans don't accept, does that give him more leverage contracts farther to the left? guest: some
FOX News
Apr 14, 2013 11:00pm PDT
to step forward but we want to see positive measures from the north koreans that bring down the harsh and hot rhetoric that we have heard so often in the last few weeks. >> chris: senator cornyn a year ago you accused of obama administration of a policy of appeasement your words towards north korea. how do you think you are handling the current. >> i'm not for paying a leader like kim jong un a ransom. i'm concerned heel make a mistake or something could happen which could result in the kind of conflict that dick just alluded to. none of us wants that. i don't see that this policy of paying a ransom just to get him to tone down rhetoric has been successful. just sort of like a bad movie and we keep seeing the reruns. >> chris: finally, 30 seconds left. senator durbin. you are chairing a hear this week about the president's drone policy. do you think congress should have a role in deciding when and where and who the u.s. strikes with drones? >> yes, do i. and i think the constitution is clear. the fonding fathers said the people of america will decide when we go to war through the elec
CNBC
Apr 15, 2013 6:00am EDT
a positive sign. >> right. >> it offsets all the of the payroll tax. exactly. >> the new trillion dollars, obama care taxes, all this stuff. >> right. >> it would be nice for consumers. they were feeling the effects a little bit. >> i totally agree with you. that can be our form of salvation going into the summertime as long as oil prices stay relatively low. >> a lot of the restaurants we saw there, they are definitely feeling the effects of the payroll tax or something, right? so this would be a nice tax break that we might get with oil. especially if it's in the low 80s. >> absolutely. below 90 this morning. they came out last week and had a rather i guess positive forecast or lower gasoline price. ultimately, even though we have weaker demand, lower supply, you ultimately are going to need relatively higher prices to continue to support that supply increase. if you think about being below 100, you could see opec do something. the saudi minute sure mentioned $100 sounded right to them. if we see the spread widen out, suddenly some of this oil production may not make sense. if you get d
CSPAN
Apr 15, 2013 12:00pm EDT
intelligence issued a statement telling everyone not to worry, so this is the position of the national intelligence director of the obama administration. a pentagon statement that it would be an accurate to suggest that north korea has a developed and tested nuclear weapon. and in any case, he added the statement read by the member is not an intelligence community assessment. yeah, the piece is worth reading. we can form our own conclusions. but i think it is a very serious issue. regardless of who has helped them develop this capability, they have nuclear weapons at this point. they just do not have the deliverable capability. host: the senator is talking about something in the review and outlook section of the "wall street journal." u.s. officials could underestimating the nuclear threat. there are reports that former basketball player dennis rodman says he would like to go back to north korea. what is the pop-culture element of this? is there a danger? is this good for america to have a citizen going back and forth? is it bad for america? does it matter? dennisi would hope that rodm
CSPAN
Apr 15, 2013 5:00pm EDT
$1 billion shows the sku of their worldview. and finally you mentioned president obama. this gets to something that i call, we call -- what is your theory on winning the fight and engaging in the fight? if you start with a compromised position you'll need more than that in this case putting social security benefit shouldn't be the compromised position. he has a certain boldness, not cutting a bad deal behind the scenes of not asking manufactumanufactu res what they would put out there by figuring out what has to be done in proposing it and then barnstorming the country and making republicans freak out because they're having to be held accountable to their voters every time the president is campaigning they need to stop summoning up the public will which is on his side which is a good thing but on this issue he has gone back to the weakest part when he has the least leverage when republicans had a fresh mandate in 2011. for some reason people like us have to say no stand on principle. he is a democrat. >> host: do you think there's a strategy behind the strategy that we are not say
CSPAN
Apr 15, 2013 12:00pm EDT
are positive towards these applications, but we want to do it in a constructive way. >> now, in your speech you cited as evidence of global warming the unusual photograph of president obama and governor christie right before the election. however, here in the united states there is still a large contingent of climate change doubters. what do can you say to that part of the u.s. to persuade them that climate change is real? >> well, my simple advice would be to take a look at the picture of obama and governor christie. [laughter] because according to the ground rules of u.s. presidential campaigns, such an embrace three days before election day was an absolute taboo. and talk to the people in new york and new jersey that had their homes destroyed and their communities destroyed due to the extreme weather events. look up on the web sites the reports on china in january and february. one example just to give you a visual image is the melting of the arctic sea ice in my part of the world had the consequence that 180,000 cattle froze to death out in the field in china. so whether we call it climate
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